Thursday Doors: More Doors in Madrid

These doors are my contribution to Thursday Doors, a weekly door-lover’s group hosted by Dan Antion over at No Facilities

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This week’s post is a continuation of last week’s post featuring doors from Madrid, Spain

First is a view from our hostel, Hostel Lidol, before my husband and I strolled around the city.

Next, here are two more gems that we found!

And, here’s an interesting addition.  Through these doors is the Saint Michael Market (Mercado de San Miguel), a one-hundred-year old wholesale food market.  If you travel to Madrid, you should check it out.

A sneak-peak inside.

More Madrid doors next week!  Thank you for stopping by.  Stay safe, stay well!

For more doors from all around the globe, visit Dan at No Facilities.

12 Comments Add yours

  1. Sheree says:

    Those are two beautiful wooden doors

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    1. They are so unusual. I love to round a corner and be surprised by an incredible door. Thanks so much for commenting, Sheree!

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      1. Sheree says:

        My pleasure Brenda

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  2. Dan Antion says:

    I am enjoying tagging along with you in Madrid, Brenda. Those wooden doors are amazing. Thanks for sharing them.

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    1. I’m so glad, Dan. Becoming a door lover these last couple years has brought a lot of added joy to traveling! Thanks so much for hosting and providing a platform for us to share our finds. 🙂

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      1. Dan Antion says:

        It’s my pleasure. Isn’t it funny how you start noticing doors 😏

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      2. And, then, wonder how I didn’t before. (haha)

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      3. Dan Antion says:

        I know that feeling, too.

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  3. Jennifer Skirvin says:

    I love the pictures Brenda!! So much character. Love you sis!!

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    1. Thanks, Jen! I’m so glad you enjoyed the photos. 🙂 It is true. The buildings, along with the doors do have a great deal of character. Lots of love back at you! ❤️

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  4. JT Twissel says:

    An intriguing peak! I can’t imagine needing to buy anything in wholesale while on vacation but it’s always fun to see how the residents live.

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    1. It actually is a wonderful way to sample Spanish cuisine. We also saw gatherings of people (a mix of tourists and locals) sitting or standing around these high tables chatting, eating, and drinking wine. It has a nice atmosphere and these type markets are popular in Spain. My daughter and I enjoyed a similar market in Barcelona a couple years ago. I think there’s a smaller one here in Seville. We’ve not found it yet though. Thanks so much for stopping by!! 🙂

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